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Wear No Evil: How to Change the World with Your Wardrobe by [Eagan, Greta]
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"We all know we need to buy better in order to be more sustainable and to be stewards for our environment. How do we do that and still look fashionable? In "Wear No Evil", Greta Eagan provides a stylish road map to get everyone there."
"--Amber Valletta"

"The more we uncover what lies behind the fashion industry and the clothes we wear, the more we realize the power we have, as fashion lovers, to change it for good. Wear No Evil is a great guide on how to transform the fashion industry, one wardrobe at a time.""
--Livia Firth, Creative Director, Eco Age Limited & Founder of The Green Carpet Challenge


"Rare is the book that speaks to your values while also providing a framework for realizing them in day to day actions. Wear No Evil does both in inspiring fashion. A must read for all who wear clothes."
--Ben Goldhirsh, Co-Founder "GOOD Magazine"

"The more we uncover what lies behind the fashion industry and the clothes we wear, the more we realize the power we have, as fashion lovers, to change it for good. Wear No Evil is a great guide on how to transform the fashion industry, one wardrobe at a time.""
--Livia Firth, founder of Eco

"I love this book! Finally an approachable, practical, DO-ABLE how-to on going green with your wardrobe without sacrificing an iota of style!"
--Alysia Reiner, Actress (Orange is the New Black)

"We all know we need to buy better in order to be more sustainable and to be stewards for our environment. How do we do that and still look fashionable? Greta Eagan provides a stylish road map to get everyone there."
--Amber Valletta, Actress, founder Master & Muse

"Greta's insight and methodology to being stylishly eco conscious in "Wear No Evil" pave the way to better dressing and a better world."
--Neil Blumenthal, co-founder Warby Parker

"The contents of this book will make it easier for people to change the world, one piece of clothing at a time..."
--Graham Hill, founder TreeHugger

"Thanks to Greta, looking good actually means something."
--Nancy Lublin, founder Dress for Success

"Your fashion should be a statement for what you stand for. Greta Eagan's "Wear No Evil" is your roadmap."
--Adam Werbach, former president Sierra Club, co-founder Yerdle


"The book holds a wealth of information that's useful both environmentally and personally, and Eagan's plea for a "reboot" of how people shop and clothe themselves is a timely entreaty for change."
"-Publishers' Weekly"

The ultimate, all-in-one style guide with ethics built in that we've all been waiting for."
-Sophia Bush

"Rare is the book that speaks to your values while also providing a framework for realizing them in day to day actions. Wear No Evil does both in inspiring fashion. A must read for all who wear clothes."
--Ben Goldhirsh, Co-Founder "GOOD Magazine"

"The more we uncover what lies behind the fashion industry and the clothes we wear, the more we realize the power we have, as fashion lovers, to change it for good. Wear No Evil is a great guide on how to transform the fashion industry, one wardrobe at a time.""
--Livia Firth, founder of Eco

"I love this book! Finally an approachable, practical, DO-ABLE how-to on going green with your wardrobe without sacrificing an iota of style!"
--Alysia Reiner, Actress (Orange is the New Black)

"We all know we need to buy better in order to be more sustainable and to be stewards for our environment. How do we do that and still look fashionable? Greta Eagan provides a stylish road map to get everyone there."
--Amber Valletta, Actress, founder Master & Muse

"Greta's insight and methodology to being stylishly eco conscious in "Wear No Evil" pave the way to better dressing and a better world."
--Neil Blumenthal, co-founder Warby Parker

"The contents of this book will make it easier for people to change the world, one piece of clothing at a time..."
--Graham Hill, founder TreeHugger

"Thanks to Greta, looking good actually means something."
--Nancy Lublin, founder Dress for Success

"Your fashion should be a statement for what you stand for. Greta Eagan's "Wear No Evil" is your roadmap."
--Adam Werbach, former president Sierra Club, co-fo

About the Author

Greta Eagan is a writer, stylist and conscious living expert. Shortly after graduating from the London College of Fashion, Greta founded fashionmegreen.com, a sustainable fashion awareness project. Both the author and her blog have become leading sources for information on eco-fashion and green beauty. Acting as an eco ambassador, Eagan has contributed to publications in print and online, including Glamour, Lucky and the Huffington Post, and has collaborated with brands such as Kate Spade, Eileen Fisher, The Outnet, Refinery29, and many more. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @gretaeagan.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 9066 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Running Press (11 Mar. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00G1SD9Q2
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,000,555 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Not sure what this is, mainly an incomplete list of places to shop. I gave it to a friend who spend even less time before leaving it on the table. Gave it away to charity.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x956dbd44) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95c466f0) out of 5 stars Wish the author would recommend REAL sustainable choices 8 Sept. 2014
By Yoga Girl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Some of her recommendations aren't eco-friendly

First, I'm grateful for any book that discusses the cruelty of sweatshops, chemicals, and other evils of clothing. Caring people need to stop giving money to clothing manufacturers and stores that sell sweatshop-made clothing that's filled with chemicals. But most people seem to be unaware of this.

I love the book, "Killer Clothes," because it goes all the way into the importance of wearing cruelty free and sustainable clothing. I was hoping for more information from this book, since the author is in the clothing industry. I think the difference is that the Killer Clothes authors are healers who live at a retreat, so they wear more casual clothing, while the Wear No Evil author seems to be very metropolitan and fashion-conscious, so she cuts corners on sustainability and uses (and recommends) clothing that are based upon cruelty such as sweatshops or animal skins.

Unfortunately, "Wear No Evil" has some tragic recommendations, such as wearing Nike clothing. Why would she recommend Nike, when you can watch the horrible Nike sweatshop videos on YouTube?

She also recommends wearing leather, cashmere, and wool without any mention of the horrible truths behind these items.

The book seems geared for those who want to be "faux eco-friendly," also known as green-washing. Which is still better than no eco-friendly at all.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95c46744) out of 5 stars Somewhat vegan-friendly, but could be more so. 30 July 2014
By Vegan One - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm vegan, so I had hoped that this book would help me find eco-wear free of animal products. It did that, a bit, and that's understandable given the present state of textile and clothing production industries. It's tough to find clothes that consider all the welfare concerns of animals, workers and the environment at the same time. Sometimes you can do great on one concern, and fall flat on another. I hope this book can increase awareness of the issues to change buying habits. Right now, my strategy is to buy very few clothes, and wear them into the ground. I'm also considering taking up sewing and buying USA-produced natural, organically grown fabrics. Shoes are more of a challenge, but I wear shoes made by Apropos as much as possible.
HASH(0x95da2e88) out of 5 stars Easy, enlightening guide to eco-fashion 1 July 2014
By Carly Schupman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Easy, enlightening guide to eco-fashion. Friendly way to approach building a sustainable wardrobe that cares for the planet! I feel like I can use just a couple of pointers or dive deeper, either way I'm making a difference!
HASH(0x95c469cc) out of 5 stars It seems that it is written for teenage girls who ... 7 Sept. 2015
By Veronica - Published on Amazon.com
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It seems that it is written for teenage girls who have shopping addiction and the author struggled with the same. If you are looking to understand the world of sustainable fashion, this is not the book
HASH(0x95c46804) out of 5 stars So down with Ms. Egan's perspective. 22 May 2015
By Molly GoLightly - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book. Current yet timeless. Idealistic yet practical. Thoughtful yet fun. I am impressed, and I will use this book as a personal and professional resource for years to come!
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